As always a great show, a lot to see. Improvement on the catering were made and afaik no hick ups occured. Not counting of course the blue smoke that was seen some times.
A big thanks to all the members of TSOA for giving us the pleasure of spending our money.
And the link to their "offical report" about Crisis: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iau2NneAjUc
Starting with some pictures of our Demo: Guelders vs Guelders or the fight for the inheritance of Guelders in 1373. We (or better peter) had build part of the walls of the city of Venlo under which the armies of both sisters (both possible heirs tho the throne of the deceased duke of Guleders) fought their battle.
Some pictures of games which were shown. Sorry that I cannot remember all the names of the clubs involved. I hadn't a lot of time to see everything and only made a quick tour around the show.
Starting with a look at the crowd at Hall 1
28 mm figures by North Star for the 1672-1680 period; these look very good on the table.
A ww2 game
ACW game by La Grande Armee
1914 game Crush the Kaiser in 20mm